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Bliss, Blueberries, and the Butterfly
Bliss, Blueberries, and the Butterfly
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Bliss, Blueberries, and the Butterfly

by Jill Lynn Donahue
Illustrated by Dawn Ice

Bliss and her mother have gone to pick blueberries. When Bliss follows a fluttering butterfly, she loses sight of her mother. Will Bliss find her way back?

Reading LevelGrades PreK-3
Interest LevelGrades PreK-3
Lexile Level490L
AR Points2.7
AR Quiz #112006
PublisherPicture Window Books
Page Count32
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price

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Children's Literature Comprehensive Database Newsletter - Susan Borges

"Bliss loves picking and eating blueberries with her mom. One day Bliss, enchanted by a beautiful blue butterfly, becomes distracted from her picking and follows a butterfly through the woods. Suddenly she realizes she has become separated from her mother. She looks down and notices the trail of blueberries left from the hole in her bucket, and young readers will excitedly predict the outcome and quickly read on to discover that the trail of blueberries brings Bliss safely back to her mom. This fun, appealing, and suspenseful story is one in the series of “Read-It Readers” leveled books. The predictive text, containing high frequency words and controlled vocabulary, is aligned to support a young reader’s developing skills. The appealing, charming, and colorful illustrations on each page support both the acquisition of reading skills and the love of reading. Young readers who enjoy the outdoors, family fun, adventure, and a happy ending will delight in sharing this attractive easy-to-read story about Bliss, a butterfly, and picking blueberries." - Children's Literature Comprehensive Database Newsletter

June 1, 2008